Flower Fields Near Me– Are you looking for somewhere to spend a gorgeous summer’s day? Whether you are looking to pick your own sunflowers, zinnias, tulips, gladiolas, lilies, dahlias or lavender, we have a flower farm near you. We are working on getting ideas for flower fields in every state, so scroll down if you don’t see your state straight away. Also keep an eye out for links to more ideas in your state. Have a fabulous time!
Clear Meadow Park
Jarrettsville Pike, Monkton, MD 21111
Established 70 years ago Clear Meadow Park has a rich history and a wealth of experience in all things farming including growing sunflowers.
Be sure to check the website for up to date blooming dates.
Clear Meadow also has planted sunflowers of varying heights so even if you have kids that you want to photograph they have shorter flowers that are perfect. The sunflower field is really big, so it’s never really crowded which is nice, particularly give the way of the world currently.
Sunflower Farm Lisbon
Woodbine, MD 21797
Could there be a happier place to visit than the Sunflower Farm in Woodbine. Miles of cheerful smiling sunflowers to visit and photograph, in addition to so many other fun family friendly activities.
“We started in 2018 on our family farm in Lisbon Maryland. Our goal is to be a positive spot in your day by providing fields of gorgeous sunflowers to stroll around. We wanted to bring an activity to the area that is great for all ages while being outside in nature. During our first two years we have worked with a variety of organizations and local charities, giving back to our community. Along with supporting our local communities FFA, Churches, and food bank, we have also hosted themed nights. These have included Dog night and hosting the local volunteer Fire Company. We have had a variety of kid friendly activities such as a corn pit and fun photo cutouts.
Our goal is to be a positive spot in your day! We hope to put a smile on your face as you immerse yourself in nature with our beautiful fields of Sunflowers!
Includes admission to a 13-acres of beautiful sunflowers, three blooms free to cut, live music from local artists, a hayride, new fun kid activities (slides, corn pits and more), food trucks, vendors, and much more.
Each weekend at Maple Lawn we will have live music, food trucks, and craft vendors. There are two different food trucks each day and 15 craft vendors each weekend.”
Soleado Lavender Farm
23611 W Harris Rd, Dickerson, MD 20842
Soleado Lavender Farm is the perfect place to get your lavender themed gifts and souvenirs.
“Soleado Lavender Farm is a 30 acre area that is part of a larger family farm. The farm has been cultivated organically since the early 60’s.Lavender is the main agricultural crop of this farm. From the lavender a variety of artisanal products are produced on farm.
The farm grows seven different varieties for a wide range of uses. Some varieties are the best for drying, or they may have the best culinary profile, others are exceptional for essential oil production. Some are medicinal, and some are just pretty to look at!
We have narrowed our selection down to the few that grow the best in Maryland.
Soleado Lavender Farm is a 30 acre area that is part of a larger family farm. The farm has been cultivated organically since the early 60’s.”
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Pattys Berries and Bunches
410 Sound Ave, Mattituck, NY 11952
The farm where Patty’s Berries and Bunches now sits was opened in “1975 as Harbes Berry Farm. Owner Patty DiVello, a Harbes family member, grew up right across the street. But in 2010, she changed the name to Patty’s Berries and Bunches. They offer:
U-Pick:and ready picked; Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, Blackberries
Flowers:Peonies, Dahlias, Sunflowers, Ornamental and more, also available for weddings and Events.
Produce Stand:Seasonal Ice Cream, Cider, Baked Goods, Honey, Jams and more.
New Activities:Yard ART, Tours, Live Music and a Variety of Classes”
9 Fishkill Farm Road, Hopewell JCT, NY 12533
At Fishkill Farm, they take their responsibility to sustainable and ethical farming very seriously.
“At Fishkill we grow food in harmony with nature. We are confident that even with New York climate challenges, we can cultivate good produce that’s nutritious for both us and the land. We pledge to improve our growing methods each season and to support our community as much as our soil supports our crops…The season culminates in the fall with more than a dozen classic NY apples varieties to pick from.”
Fishkill offers a wide variety of apples for picking. In early October you will find popular classics like Golden and Red Delicious, as well as possibly lesser-known Jonagold and Idareds. Interestingly when picked, the apples are covered with a fine, pale substance. This is Kaolin Clay and it is there to help protect the fruit from insects. Worry not – it is nontoxic and cleans off easily.
The Pick-Your-Own season kicks off in early June with strawberries and ever-so-sweet sugar snap peas. July brings sweet and sour cherries as well as our certified organic raspberries, blackberries and blueberries. Late July and August mark the harvest of juicy, tree-ripened peaches and nectarines as well as an extensive variety of heirloom tomatoes and eggplants.
The season culminates in the fall with more than a dozen classic NY apples, heirloom varieties, and pumpkin-picking. The spectacular views, lovely fall weather, and the satisfaction of picking your own organic, sustainably grown fruits and vegetables combine for great family-friendly fun.”
Lavender by the Bay
7540 Main Rd, East Marion, NY 11939
Lavender by the Bay – “Located on the North Fork of Long Island, Lavender by the Bay, a family-owned farm has been growing the highest quality lavender for over 20 years. We offer seasonal fresh cut English and French lavender bunches, dried lavender, lavender plants, lavender sachets, body products and honey from our own beehives.
In 2002, we expanded our company by purchasing 17 acres of farmland in East Marion, New York. We have planted twenty varieties of lavender across 15 acres of farmland, yielding over 100,000 plants for cultivation. In 2018 we expanded to our second farm in Calverton, New York.
The lavender is typically in bloom mid/late June through mid-July, but is ultimately up to Mother Nature. In order to preserve the beauty, form, and peaceful nature of the farm, tickets are required to enter the fields while the flowers are in bloom. Tickets will be released as we get closer to the bloom.”
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Jazz Blueberry Farm and Flowers
7223 W Grant Rd, Shelby, MI 49455
At Jazz Blueberry Farm, you can “enjoy the peaceful, family-friendly atmosphere of our farm and pick the blueberries yourself. We have buckets, bag liners to take home your blueberries or you can bring your own container. You can also pre-order fresh blueberries from us. Please call a day in advance.”
You can also pick your own flowers, including crocuses, daffodils, hyacinths, tulips, alliums, Irises, Zinnias, Gladiolus, wild flowers and sunflowers.
Middleton Berry Farm
4790 Oakwood Rd, Ortonville, MI 48462
Be sure to visit Middleton Berry Farm for your strawberries this season.
“The farm is situated on 40 idyllic acres in Ortonville, Michigan. We only cultivate 6 acres, as we grow what we can hand weed. The rest is left natural and sustains a rich population of wildlife. We have acres of woods and marshland that are left untouched. Our proudest contribution to the land is 6 acres of wild pollinator preserve. We’ve planted native wildflower and grass species and leave it in peace for bees, butterflies and bats.
We are an entirely you-pick farm. We do not pre-harvest any crops for sale. Our customers get the best of everything (no seconds) and the satisfaction of harvesting their own food.”
Other you-pick crops include red raspberries, heirloom tomatoes, pumpkins, flowers and honey.
Hopewell Sunflower Farm
4645 Hopewell Rd, Cumming, GA 30028
There’s nothing that says “summer” like a big, field of local sunflowers. The Hopewell Sunflower Field is “quickly becoming a Forsyth must-see and has become an incredibly popular spot for folks to wander and soak up the beauty of the county and purchase fresh, beautiful sunflowers.
Locals are known to bring their family and take photographs, garnering family portraits that are sure to bring beautiful memories for years to come.”
Copper Creek Farm
1514 Reeves Station Rd SW, Calhoun, GA 30701
Copper Creek Farm is a beautiful farm located at “the foot of the Appalachian Mountains, about an hour north of Atlanta. It’s a place where families, school groups, and even businesses can come to enjoy what we call Agritourism. Copper Creek is owned by the Grogan family and dedicated to growing healthy families, and making memories worth repeating.
A day at Copper Creek is packed full of excitement, adventure, and making memories. Activities include: Pumpkin Patch, Cow Train, Gem Mining, Hayride, Pig Races, Animated Chicken Show, Barn Loft Slide, Corn Box, Sunflower Box, Pony Maze, Bunnyville, Giant Jumping Pillow, Milking Cow, Pony Rides, Petting Barn, Steer Roping, Monster Pumpkin & Watermelon Cannon, Music and so much more!
In our Copper Creek Farm General Store we offer glazed pecans, almonds, peanut brittle, goat soap, local honey, t-shirts, etc.”
Fausett Farms Sunflowers
11336 GA-136, Dawsonville, GA 30534
Family owned farm since 1858. Fausett Farms Sunflowers is located “just south of Burts Pumpkin Farm and Amicalola falls in the North Georgia mountains. For 60 years the farm’s main business was poultry farming which ended in 2011. Now the farm offers 900,000+ flowers or 30+- acres of beautiful sunflowers for everyone to come out and experience god’s beauty.”
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White Oak Lavender Farm & The Purple WOLF Vineyard
2644 Cross Keys Rd, Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Welcome to White Oak Lavender Farm & The Purple WOLF Vineyard. “We are a family owned farm located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. We are happy to offer our lavender products and wine directly to our customers online and at our farm!
When it came time to design our wine label and name our line of wines…we couldn’t resist using the acronym forWhiteOakLavenderFarm (WOLF) and of course our peaceful wolf had to be purple! While visiting the farm you are welcome to walk one of the vineyards and taste our delicious wines available for sampling. Currently we offer 12 samples of wine for $12, along with other choices of mini tastings, flights, glasses and seasonal wine treats like slushies or sangria! We have deliciouswine and some are infused with lavender! You will be pleasantly surprised at the smooth flavor and finish.
Our current wine list includes our white wines: Viognier, Riesling; Traminette; Imperial Gem; Dragonfly; Thumbelina and our reds: Butterfly Kisses (Rose); Petit Verdot;Chambourcin; Pardon My Purple,Cabernet Franc and Royale Velvet (Port Style)!
You are welcome to bring in some snacks. We do have cheese and crackers available for purchase to enjoy with your wine. Choose from our enclosed, covered deck with heaters or ceiling fans. You may just love the purple chairs and farm tables! Outside we have several fire pits and lots of lovely seating. ”
Lavender Fields at Tantivy Farm
1350 Decatur Rd, Fairfield, VA 24435
Tantivy Farm’s “beautiful lavender fields and farm are nestled in the scenic oasis of Fairfield, Virginia. With a breathtaking view of the mountains surrounding our farm, you will soon forget the noise of the outside world. Take a walk throughout the grounds and enjoy the calming sounds of our hidden waterfall, the soothing music of nature, visit with our friendly farm animals, stop by our sweet lavender shop and fall in love with our “Little Piece of Heaven”.
Our farm, grounds, waterfall, and shop are now open!
Come for the day or a few hours. Enjoy a picnic, a stroll, or just sit and enjoy the welcoming atmosphere. We offer numerous events throughout the year, so please take a moment and check out our upcoming events.”
772 Princess Anne Rd, Virginia Beach, VA 23457
In addition to Pick-your-own fruit and vegetables, at Cullipher Farm there is also an outdoor play area and a market to explore.
“Pick-your-own apples season starts in August and is open 8-12, last pickers enter orchard at 11:30. ( please always check the website for updates before visiting) We’ll be picking crimson crisp, gala and enterprise varieties. Price is $2.50 per lb. We supply bags and also have 1/2 bushel baskets available for purchase for $1 each.
You must have a ticket to pick!
Later in the apple picking season there is going to be rot in the fields between being this late in the season and the warm weather. The best apples will be further in the trellises and lighter in color.
We also sell a limited amount of Evercrisp, Ludacrisp, Winecrisp, Gold Rush, and Spitzenberg from the farm at our roadside market.
There are UPick pumpkins and sunflowers through the end of October. There are three sunflower fields that will peak at different times between now and the end of October. Cullipher Farm Market is able to offer seasonal UPick opportunities starting with strawberries in the spring to pumpkins in the fall as follows (crops and approximate dates):
Late September to Halloween:Pumpkins and Sunflowers
Spring: Strawberries and Blueberries
Early July to Mid-August: Peaches”
Seven Oaks Lavender Farm
8769 Old Dumfries Rd, Catlett, VA 20119
Seven Oaks Lavender Farm is a small lavender farm with a big heart! We are a family-owned and operated lavender farm in Catlett, Virginia. While we’re not far from Washington DC, we can attest that life is better among the blossoms! During the lavender season we are open every day. Details for the season will appear in the late spring with a dedicated page here at the website.
Under the Stars Lavender Farm
11532 Harcum Rd, Gloucester, VA 23061
At Under the Stars Lavender Farm, “LAVENDER SEASON STARTS IN MAY! We offer a relaxing, rustic farm experience for our guests while adhering to Covid-19 guidelines. We hope to offer a place where you can simply enjoy the fresh air and fragrant blooms.
Our farm will be open for cutting lavender, private events and weddings. Our farm shop offers handmade products made with our field grown lavender like our body butter and hand sanitizer as well as kitchen essentials like our lavender scone baking mix, lavender honey, and loose leaf teas. Come on out and join us in the field. Sip a lavender lemonade, shop at our farm store, and enjoying picking our fragrant lavender from the field… these are the simple and pure delights of Under the Stars farm.”
Lavender Fields Herb Farm
11300 Winfrey Rd, Glen Allen, VA 23059
Come see us at Lavender Fields Herb Farm “for a wonderfully unique experience. Our farm is only minutes from Richmond, where you will find our quaint farm store filled with unique gifts, raw local honey and all things lavender. We sell the largest selection of Herb and Vegetable plants and all the gardening supplies you need to go with them. Make the most of your visit with helpful classes for herb and vegetable gardening and scheduled tours for the full experience. Enjoy a respite on the deck overlooking the Chickahominy River with a freshly made Lavender lemonade or our signature Lavender ice cream. Any season is a good time to visit and we look forward to seeing you at the farm.”
According to their Facebook page, they also do pumpkins in the fall and real Christmas trees.
Flower Picking Near Me
1130 Tyler Street, Fredericksburg, VA22401
Braehead Farm is a family owned and operated farm and market, established in 1937. It offers the most stunning pick-your-own strawberries as well as many other types of produce throughout the year.
“It is the last remaining farm within the Historic City of Fredericksburg, VA, conveniently located approximately 2 miles from Interstate 95. It is a produce and beef cow farm with a farm market, pick your own produce, play areas with farm animals and event barns for rent!
During Spring, Summer and Fall, Pick your own is open from 9 am – 6 pm daily. Winter hours are 9 am to 5 pm daily.
At Braehead Farm we invite you to come and pick your own in seasonal produce! There is never an admission to the Pick-Your-Own fields, you just pay for what you pick.All produce is sold by-the-pound.”
Braehead Farm have pick your own Strawberries. Asparagus, Blackberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, Zinnias, celosia, sunflowers, wildflowers and pumpkins.
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Blue House Farm
950 La Honda Rd, San Gregorio, CA 94074
At Blue House Farm, they “grow an incredible diversity of certified organic vegetables, fruits and cut flowers year-round, on over 70 acres in Pescadero and San Gregorio, California. Now in our sixteenth year, we proudly supply our farmers’ markets, Farmstand, U-pick, and wholesale accounts with some of the highest-quality produce available.”
There is a pumpkin patch in the fall.
403 Orchard Hill Rd, Pomfret Center, CT 06259
Lapsley Orchard is very proud of its history and its evolution with the times.
“The fields at Lapsley Orchard have been producing food since early colonial days. In fact, Isreal Putnam once purchased the acres in 1750 and specialized in stock raising and fruit growing. This land is still proudly feeding the community today. Present day production offers the best of a New England farm, with a retail stand offering a diversified selection of fruits and vegetables all grown on sight. Our 200 acre farm is not just a place to shop. It is local, healthy and fresh and comes with a commitment towards the highest quality produce. Our family takes great pride in the harvest of all our hard work, to place on your family’s table.”
Pick- your -own flowers runs from July to September”
894 Andrews St, Southington, CT 06489
Karabin Farms has been established since 1972, and has gone from strength to strength. They are very well known for the amazing apples from their orchards – but also, so much more!
“Today, in addition to the orchard, there are four greenhouses, 15 acres of Christmas trees, and a country Store. Besides fresh fruit and vegetables, we offer local honey, maple syrup, jams, pickles, soup mixes, and gourmet treats. All meat beef, pork, chicken, and turkeys are grown humanely right here on our farm. Process is done by “certified humane” USDA inspection facility in Vermont. We have numerous country furniture items by hand-made artisans in Pennsylvania and Maine.
We offer an extensive selection of specialty candles and soaps. Home baked pies are available August through December. Flowers are available from early April with custom designed planters available to meet the needs of your yard. In addition to Mums for fall color, we offer an extensive selection of Poinsettia’s for Christmas, wagon rides to Pick-Your-Own apples, peaches, and pumpkins. Karabin Farms provides special programs for school groups during the fall harvest.”
Spring / Summer
A wide variety of both annuals and perennial flowers
and vegetative plants are available.
12-Inch and 10-Inch are offered in mixed baskets as well as straight varieties.
All baskets are marked with tags to describe the ultimate growing environment.
Full sun, part sun, or shade.
Pots and Flats
6, 8, and 12 count flats as well as individual 4-inch, 5-inch, or 6-inch pots to mix and match your needs.
Mums by the thousands from mid-August. Our extra hardy
Belgian mums are grown in big 9-inch pots.
We start our plants in early July right here on the farm.
Available in 6-1/2-inch (1 plant), 7-1/2-inch (2 plants, 8-inch (3 plants), or 10-inch (4 plants) in red, white, and pink.
Full bloom sales begin in mid-November.”
Raspberry Knoll Farm
163 N Windham Rd, North Windham, CT 06256
Northeastern Connecticut’s “Premier Pick-Your-Own Berries, Herbs, Veggies, Flowers + more! Raspberry Knoll Farm LLC is a family run farm, owned by Mary and Pete Concklin, nestled on 65 acres in North Windham, in beautiful rural northeast Connecticut.
Want a single stem, small bouquet or large bouquet? OurFlower Fieldoffers beautiful colorful flowers for cutting. Price is by the pound.
Are you planning aweddingorspecial eventthis summer and need flowers? We offer a wide array of colorful annuals and perennials. You cut-your-own or we will cut them for you. You make your own bouquets or we can make them for you. Price is by the pound. Additional cost for us to cut and /or to make the bouquets. For special occasions where you would like flowers on days we are closed, the flower field will be open by appointment. We also open early by appointment for cutting flowers for special events to ensure flowers are at their peak condition. Call us at 860-786-7486 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also have dried flowers for beautiful long lasting bouquets.
Our flower fieldwill have the following annual flowers:
Ammobium, Aster, Bachelor button, Bells of Ireland, Calendula, Campanula, Celosia, Clary Sage, Cosmos, Craspedia, Dahlia, Dianthus, Didiscus, Digitalis, Eucalyptus, Gladiolus, Gomphrena, Liatris, Lisianthus, Monarda, Phlox, Queen Annes lace, Rudbeckia, Salvia, Scabiosa, Snapdragons, Statice, Strawflowers, Sunflowers, and Zinnias.
Perennials include Russian Sage, Bee Balm, and more.”
Scott’s Yankee Farmer
436 Boston Post Rd, East Lyme, CT 06333
For over a century the Scott family has owned and operated Scott’s Yankee Farmer. “Farming on over 100 acres of land we are currently located on Boston Post road in Eact Lyme, CT. While visiting our farm can meet the owners Tom and Karen Scott along with their youngest son and daughter Colin Scott and Allison Schmidt.
Tom and Karen have four children and six grandchildren. The family has made many improvements over the years! A greenhouse has been added to sell plants in the spring and pumpkins in the fall. A cider mill has also been installed, complete with glass windows so the public can watch the cider be pressed from apples grown in our orchard. We can’t forget about the donut room! If you visit our farm from June through December this is where our apple cinnamon donuts are made. People from all over come for our donuts, but that’s not all there is! Tom and Karen have put many years in to growing a wide variety of fruits and vegetables for both Pick-Your-Own and the store.” Pick your own products include:
- CUT FLOWERS
Fort Hill Farms
260 Quaddick Rd, Thompson, CT 06277
Fort Hill Farms has been “active through three generations in over 70 years. We thrive on sustainability and educating people about local farming. With over 200 milking cows, our family is very proud that the milk and cream are used in the production ofCabot CheeseandThe Farmer’s Cowmilk and ice cream.
In the mid 1990’s, Fort Hill Farms Gardens and Ice Creamery was established and opened to the public. With the beauty of nature and sense of tranquility, visitors can relax and absorb themselves in the peace and tranquility the colorful gardens exude. View all the breath-taking views.
Kristin Orr combines her two loves: Lavender and milk from her cows. Not only is Fort Hill Farms proud to be part of theCabot Farm FamilyandThe Farmer’s Cow, but Kristin also painstakingly grows organic lavender.
Kristin’s lavender contains no pesticides nor chemicals. So they are edible! She diligently and delicately cares for her lavender. At harvest time, she gathers them in bunches and hangs them to dry.Walking into her shop fills the visitor with the wonderful, calming fragrance of lavender.
So stop by the Lavender Creamery to purchase some dried lavender and gifts made from dried lavender!”
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Millstone Creek Orchards
506 Parks Crossroads Church Rd, Ramseur, North Carolina 27316
At Millstone Creek Orchards, in addition to the Pick-Your- Own, they offer a whole host of family orientated events throughout the year.
“Sunflowers & Zinnias (July & August)
What a beauty! Our gardens are filled with zinnias and sunflowers of all shapes and sizes…short, tall, big, small, red, golden, yellow…you name it, we have it. U-pick flowers are an experience that the whole family will love and they look great on your kitchen table, too. “
1100 Efland – Cedar Grove Rd, Efland, NC 27243
At McAdams Farm, with a “rich tradition of farming, the fourth and fifth generations to work the land are still going strong in Efland, North Carolina. Howard Jr. occupies his time with the strawberries and fresh vegetables, preparing the land and tending to these crops. His wife Karen is a retired agricultural extension agent for Orange County. She now helps on the farm with the beef cattle and vegetables. Daughters Callie and Elizabeth both help out on the farm when they are home, carrying on the legacy of farming that is over 130 years strong. The farm also relies on a terrific team of year round and seasonal employees who help plant, care for, harvest, and sell the crops we grow.
We raise a wide range of spring, summer, and fall vegetable and fruit crops that are sold at the farm stand and at the Carrboro Farmers’ Market. We also raise Angus cattle and Katahdin sheep. Check out the pictures of what we grow to see more on this!
One constant is that we like to try new varieties to find the most flavorful vegetables and fruits, and longest lasting cut flowers. The taste and reliability of our wide selection of vegetables and fruits, and the color and beauty of our flowers are important to us. We make our farming decisions based on an intention to continue farming for many years to come.”
In the spring, there are snapdragons, larkspur, delphiniums, dianthus, and more. The bouquets during this time of year are extra long-lasting and come in around the same time as our strawberries and cool season vegetables.
In the warmer months, the flowers are warm and vibrant colors. We have a multitude of sunflowers; the most showy is the heirloom variety we call “Granddaddy Jones.” It was grown by Karen’s grandfather, Wesley Jones, in Pinnacle, NC. The hot days also mean every color of zinnia from red to green to purple is in bloom. Celosia, yarrow, and ageratum are just a few of the smaller bits of color we add to our bouquets.
Jeter Mountain Farm Orchard
1126-A Jeter Mountain Rd, Hendersonville, NC 28739
With a rich history in the art of growing fruit, Jeter Mountain Farm offers apple picking from August to October.
“Jeter Mountain Farm is settled on 411 acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains and has been an active farm in Henderson County since 1813. When you visit our farm, we hope laughter will fill your wagon ride out to our u-pick orchards, and that your family will be delighted to fill your baskets with the berries, peaches, pumpkins, grapes and 23 varieties of apples that we grow.
Take a special wagon ride out to our new Sunflower Field for a floral experience you won’t soon forget! Our 10 different varieties of flowers span anywhere from 4-9 feet in height. from Snap a picture in front of the impressive expanse of flowers, or even cut a few stems so you can take some of the beauty home with you! Who said farms couldn’t be beautiful?“
Carrigan Farms – Flower Farms NC
1261 Oak Ridge Farm Hwy, Mooresville, NC 28115
Five generations of farmers have been working the land at Carrigan Farms and today, they provide some of the best apple picking in North Carolina! With a beautiful private quarry on site,Carrigan Farms also serves as a refreshing and super fun swimming hole, and a stunning, rural wedding venue.
“We’ve been farming this piece of dirt for over 100 years; our roots run deep. From asparagus to zucchini and everything in between, we are just a BIG garden. While, California grows more fresh produce than any other state in the country, we are 3,000 miles fresher and more flavorful. You can taste the difference”
“Sunflower Do-It-Yourself photoshoots are now available at the Carrigan Farms Sunflower patch!
Each photo session lasts an hour and includes three pick-your-own sunflowers per person to take home. Reservations can me made using the button above.
6100 Mt Herman Rd, Raleigh, NC 27617
Come on out to the Page Farms and “experience what a real working farm is all about. Learn about the land, the people, and the crops that we grow right here in the heart of North Carolina. We are located right in the center of the Raleigh-Durham area in the midst of an ever growing city.
Join us in the Spring for Strawberry picking, Summer for Blackberry picking, and in the Fall for Pumpkin picking and the Corn Maze. We are conveniently located in Raleigh, North Carolina near Durham, Chapel Hill, and Wake Forest.
Enjoy the Spring, Summer, and Fall as you pick your own Strawberries, Blackberries, or Pumpkins and soak up the fresh air.
We hope to see you and your family here at the farm soon!”
Ready cut sunflowers are usually available at Page Farms.
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Happy Day Farm
106 Iron Ore Rd, Manalapan Township, New Jersey 07726
Happy Day Farm is run by Farmer Tim. “In 2012, Tim took his love and passion for family and farming and purchased an abandoned 70-acre farm in Manalapan, New Jersey which officially launched Happy Day Farm. Tim utilized the portion of land to plant pumpkins and hold Fall Harvest activities including a corn maze, zoo, horse shaped swings, pedal carts and more.
In 2016, Tim purchased an additional 60 acres adjacent to the farm, making Happy Day Farm a total of 130 acres. The farm has now expanded to include u-pick blueberries, raspberries, sunflowers, lavender and zinnias and much more!
Spend the day wandering through our lavender garden and enjoy the aromatic scent. We grow one variety of lavender named ‘Phenomenal’. We have multiple photo ops in the field for you to enjoy. Remember to bring your camera and feel free to take as many photos as you like, but please do not pick the lavender. Sunflower picking is available from the middle of July until the middle of August (see their website for exact dates). Fresh squeezed lemonade and shaved ices available to purchase They recommend bringing your own cutting shears and a bucket of water to transport your sunflowers home. The farm is cash only.”
Holland Ridge Farms – Flower Farm NJ
86 Rues Rd, Cream Ridge, NJ 08514
Holland Ridge Farms is a “pristine flower farm, bursting with millions of rainbow blooms including our famous tulips. The good news is, you don’t have to travel to the Netherlands to experience it – we’re right here in Cream Ridge, NJ! We currently host two pick your own flower seasons – u-pick tulipsin the spring andu-pick sunflowers in the fall. Read on to see why we are one of the top spots to visit on the East Coast.
The Holland Ridge Farms u-pick sunflower season is a celebration of one of the most popular flowers in the world. We also plant thousands of other cut flowers including gladiolas, lilies, dahlias and more! Rows and rows of colorful flowers as far as the eye can see,all available to pick at just $1 per stem! We provide plastic buckets for you to carry your stems. Our flower fields also make the perfect backdrop for all types of photography. Plus, with over 60 acres of flowers, our u-pick is also the largest on the East Coast!”
120 Bassett Rd, Mannington Township, NJ 08079
Established in 2012, Ward’s Farm is a “cut flower farm that specializes in sunflowers and dahlias. We have several varieties of both and have many other flowers as well. We continue to add more varieties and different flowers each year. Other examples of flowers that we grow are stargazer lilies, gladiolus, zinnias and cosmos.
In 2019, we officially opened to the public for events. Our most popular events are our ‘Pick Your Own’ sunflowers.”
Orchard View Lavender Farm
101 Karrsville Rd, Port Murray, NJ 07865
Orchard View Lavender Farm “is a splendid oasis of peace and tranquility where the heavenly scent of lavender melts away the stress and replaces it with a sense of serenity and well-being. A private residence, welcoming guests to share the beauty and healing energy of the property in the hopes of bringing much needed peace into the lives of its visitors.
Orchard View has become a favorite destination where visitors can “Cut Your Own” lavender during bloom time and shop in the Lavender Farm Stand. OVLF offers fresh and dry lavender, when in season and while supplies last, a variety of natural handmade artisan lavender products including bath & body, household, culinary, teas and tea accessories, the finest quality essential oil, pure honey harvested from the hives on the farm. Orchard View Lavender Farm, has partnered with talented artisans and makers to bring you unique handmade gifts, aromatherapy jewelry, home and garden décor and so much more.”
3741 Lawrenceville Rd, Princeton, NJ 08540
Princeton Lavender “is an ideal spot to have a picnic, party or event at a table right in front of farm animals. Hand feed the animals and then enter the pasture with them. You might be surprised at how pleasant the experience can be. We have refreshing lavender treats: Cold Brew Lavender Coffee, Lavender Lemonade, and our Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream with Candied Lavender Flower.
The Farm also grows Sunflowers and Zinnias.”
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